Trekking In Manali: A Guide For An Adventurous Experience Beyond The Call Of Mountains

If you are true adventure junkie, Manali must be on your list for sure for it offers some of the best treks to be conquered for. We are going to discuss about some of the fascinating treks Manali offers for all the adventure enthusiasts and how they can reach and what is the best time to visit and how must it costs for the trek- all this information summed up in simple, short and sweet way.

Manali Backpackers is a one stop destination for all such adventure enthusiasts who are waiting to explore the unexplored – a host of adventure activities. We offer both standard and customised packages for adventure activities and trek. Since inception, we have been offering our customers a taste of all the adventure activities in Manali like paragliding, river rafting, camping, skiing, zorbing etc. not many know that the tribal areas of Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur are abound with rich culture and yes we at Manali Backpackers, offer you jeep safari to explore the unexplored tribal areas.

1. Hampta Pass Trek

Hampta Pass Trek If it is your first time of trekking, Hampta Pass is the perfect choice. Though you can take on the trek anytime of the year, but months of June to September are considered to be best. The trek offers astonishing views of the chilly valleys sitting adjacent to the snow and pine wood covered deodar trees. While trekking, you would come across two wonderful valleys – Kullu and Lahaul both offering a different but breath taking view of the Mother Nature.

2. Vashisht Jogni Waterfall Trek

Vashisht Jogni Waterfall Trek It starts from village vashisht and then take you along the forest with Rohtang pass to your right and river Beas to your left. The best time to cover this trek is all throughout the year and you can cover it up in just one day. So any fine sunny morning just pack your bags and set for Jogni trek.

3. Brighu Lake Trek

Brighu Lake Trek Sitting cosily on high elevation edges, the Brighu lake is one of the most beautiful cold lakes in Kullu valley. The best part of taking this trek is that you can take an elevation of 14,000 feet and get to see snow covered grounds at Rola Kholi and Pandu Ropa. If it is a sunny day, well you can enjoy the beautiful view of sun casting its image on the lake. While trekking you come across many old towns, apple plantations, Greenfield lands.

4. Malana Village Trek

Malana Village Trek The maximum elevation offered in this trek is around 8500 feet and the best time to set for trek is during the months of May to August. The difficulty level is moderately high but the experts at Manali Backpackers make it easier for you through their experiences and impeccable training. The packages for Malana trek start from as low as Rs.3700/- and it includes camping, food, guide and transport.

5. Lama Dugh Trek

Lama Dugh Trek Though not at a high altitude (3635 meters), but when you take this trek, you are welcomed by the thick forest of Deodar, Pine, Oak, chestnut trees. When you reach the beautiful meadow of Lama Dugh, you can just enjoy the views of Manalsu Glaciew, Dauladhar, Pir Pranjal ranges. The best time to take on this trek is April to December and the packages start from as low as Rs 5800 which include camping, food, guide and transport.